Title: Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
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Title: Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Alternate Title: Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority on the latest draft of the State Water Supply. Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority on the latest draft of the State Water Supply
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 2, Folder 3A ( STATE WATER POLICY ), Item 3
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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de la PARTE AND BUTLER, P. A.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW


KENNETH E. APGAR
JAMES T. BUTLER
EDWARD P. de la PARTE, JR. 403 NORTH MORGAN STREET
LOUIS de la PARTE, JR. TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602
RICHARD A. GILBERT (813) 229-2775
CLIFTON A. LIVINGSTON
January 27, 1981




L. M. Blain, Esq.
Blain & Cone
P.O. Box 399
Tampa, Florida 33601

Dear Buddy:

The following are the West Coast Regional Water Supply
Authority's comments on the latest draft of the Department of
Environmental Regulation's State Water Policy:

1. 17-X.03(3). Uses of water authorized by a permit
should be limited to reasonable/beneficial uses where water con-
servation methods are a consideration of such uses. The uses and
reuses of water of the lowest acceptable quality for the purposes
intended should be encouraged.

2. 17-X.03(5). Water supplies should be developed
regionally to the maximum extent practical.

3. 17-X.04(2)(1). The amount of water currently
withdrawn from the proposed source of water.

4. 17-X.04(4). Delete.

5. 17-X.04(2). The transport and use of water beyond
overlying land, across county boundaries, or outside the water
shed from which it is taken may be authorized when the Department
or District determines that such transport and use is consistent
with the public interest pursuant to Section 373.23(2), Florida
Statutes.

6. 17-X.04(2) (a)-(e). Delete.

7. 17-X.ll(7). The Department and Districts shall as-
sist other governmental entities in the development of plans, or-
dinances, or other programs to promote consistency with the State
Water Policy and with District management plans.













L. M. Blain, Esq.
January 27, 1981
Page 2



Buddy, I want to make it clear that by commenting on
the State Water Policy, the Authority is not necessarily support-
ing the format authorized by the Department or even the need for
a State Water Policy. As I emphasized at our recent meeting, I
have grave reservations as to the manner and method by which the
Department is promulgating the State Water Policy. Furthermore,
our Board has not spoken to them and, therefore, these are staff
comments solely.

Sinceren,



s de la Parte, Jr.

LdlP/mew

cc: Gene Heath, General Manager
Mayor Corinne Freeman




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